By L. Gallagher,S. Raman
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For hundreds of years, we have now been instructed William Shakespeare used to be the writer of his well-known number of sonnets. An used to be created and flourishes this present day to maintain and reap the benefits of Shakespeare’s identify. yet what if Shakespeare was once now not the writer of the sonnets? What if what we now have been informed concerning the sonnets is fiction, now not truth?
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